[Python-ideas] Moving typing out of the stdlib in Python 3.7?
desmoulinmichel at gmail.com
Mon Nov 6 01:30:35 EST 2017
Le 06/11/2017 à 07:07, Nick Coghlan a écrit :
> It's the default on Unix as well - you have to do "make install
> ENSUREPIP=no" to avoid getting it. (And some distros also modify their
> Python installations so that pip is missing by default)
On debian and derivatives (so Ubuntu) you need to install python-pip to
be able to use pip.
Now it's annoying already. Because you have to write every tutorial to
include a special case for them. But at least it's not a required step
to run your program.
However, if you do code using type hints and typing is not installed,
you can't even run the program without installing something. So we
finally have Python 3 by default on most Linux system, but still would
not be able to assume we can run a modern script on it.
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